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Study Care Versus Usual Care for Acute Mechanical Lower Back Pain

The most common work-related injury in British Columbia every year is a lower back injury. The many different treatment options that are available to workers with a back injury have often led to confusion and frustration. New back pain research has shown which combinations of treatments are most helpful, but has also shown that many injured workers in British Columbia do not have these treatments made readily available to them. This research study is designed to accurately dete...

Cross-Sectional Study to Define and Validate "Doctor/Pharmacy Shopping" as Outcomes Suggestive of Abuse and/or Addiction

The purpose of this study is to formulate definitions of doctor/pharmacy shopping and evaluate its association with abuse/addiction

Medication Maintenance Therapy in Community Pharmacy Settings

The goal of this study is to examine how the pharmacy can better optimize treatment expansion by providing pharmacy-based medication assisted treatment (MAT) for maintenance under a collaborative pharmacy practice agreement.

Establishing the Genetic Profile of Multiple Hereditary Exostoses (HME) in Families of BC

The purpose of this study is to establish the genetic profile of families in British Columbia with HME.

Canadian CP Registry - Registre Canadien de la Paralysie Cérébrale

The Canadian Cerebral Palsy (CP) Registry is a confidential, nation-wide collection of medical and social information about children with cerebral palsy. The Registry was first implemented in 2003 in 6 administrative regions of Quebec and was later extended to paediatric centres in Newfoundland, Nova Scotia, Ontario, Alberta, and British Columbia. Over 1850 children living with Cerebral Palsy have been registered so far. The Registry is the first national registry for cerebral ...

The Effect of Social Relationships on Psychological Distress and Disease Progression in Patients With Diabetes

This study will determine the feasibility and effectiveness of a monthly social support group along with a weekly peer-to-peer meeting in improving perceived level of social support, diabetes distress, and A1c profiles in patients with Type II diabetes mellitus, compared with standard care offered at British Columbia Diabetes (BC Diabetes).

Presence of a Localized or Diffuse Pruritus in a Population With One or Several, Primitive or Secondary, Brain Tumor(s)

The association between the presence of pruritus, especially centrofacial, and the presence of a brain tumor is a widespread notion in the medical community but based on a single publication by Andreev et al. in the British Journal of Dermatology published in 1975. No other study has studied this association with a rigorous methodology. The aim of this study is to evaluate the prevalence of pruritus in patients with one or more primary or secondary brain tumor(s), benign(s) or ...

A Team Model of Hypertension Care in African Americans

This Team Education and Adherence Monitoring (TEAM) trial will evaluate the cost-effectiveness of a pharmacy-based intervention in a randomized controlled trial involving 597 treated hypertensive African American patients in five Wisconsin cities. The study involves 28 community pharmacies (14 intervention, 14 control) owned by two pharmacy corporations. Intervention pharmacists and pharmacy technicians implemented a 6-month blood pressure (BP) monitoring program that involve...

Single Group Study of the Safety of and Immune Response to a Bird Flu Vaccine (H7N3) in Healthy Adults

Over the past decade, avian influenza (AI) has become a major health concern. The development of safe and effective vaccines against avian strains infecting people is important. The purpose of this study is to determine the safety of and immune response to a new AI vaccine in healthy adults against the H7N3 strain of avian influenza.

Group Study of the Safety of and Immune Response to a Single Dose of Bird Flu Vaccine (H7N3) in Healthy Adults

Over the past decade, avian influenza (AI) has become a major health concern. The development of safe and effective vaccines against avian strains that infect people is important. The purpose of this study is to determine the safety of and immune response of an investigational AI vaccine in healthy adults against the H7N3 strain of avian influenza.

Medication Abortion Via Pharmacy Dispensing

This mixed-methods study follows a prospective cohort of patients receiving Mifeprex ® (mifepristone) for medication abortion dispensed by pharmacists after undergoing standard clinical evaluation. Women participating in this study will obtain mifepristone and misoprostol from the pharmacy instead of in the clinic. To assess feasibility, acceptability, and effectiveness of pharmacy dispensing of mifepristone, the study will survey patients, evaluate their clinical outcomes fro...

Hepatitis B Booster Study in Adolescence

This study looks at protection in 10-11 and 15-16 year olds, immunized as infants with Hepatitis B (HB) vaccine to see if they still have residual protection against Hepatitis B disease. Adolescents will be invited to have a blood test and those without a minimal level of protection (antibody titer) will be offered a "test" vaccination to see if they still have capacity to recall an immune response. About one month later they will get another blood test to see if a booster resp...

Gene Mutations and Orthopaedic Symptoms Correlation of Multiple Hereditary Exostoses: Multicentre Project

Our goal for this project is to investigate the causes of the wide variability of the expression of Hereditary Multiple Exostoses (HME). Previous work completed by our group shows that there exists a correlation between genotype and phenotype such that certain mutations or affected genes cause certain patterns of presentation, symptoms, and signs. We intend on achieving our goal by increasing our study sample size to build on the results generated from the pilot project of thi...

Evaluation of the Impact of the Presence of a Pharmacy Technician on the Quality and Cost of Drug Therapy

The main objective of this study is to evaluate the impact of the presence of a pharmacy technician in a care unit (Hepato-Gastroenterology Department) on detected medication errors. This is a before-after study consisting of three sequential phases: Month 1: one month of observation of what is happening in the department Month 2: one month wash out period Month 3: active participation of a pharmacy technician in the department

A Survey to Eval the Relation Between Doctor/Pharmacy Shopping and Outcomes Suggestive of Misuse, Abuse and/or Diversion

To evaluate the reasons patients go to more than one prescriber or more than one pharmacy to obtain prescriptions opioids and assess whether the percentage of patients reporting misuse, abuse and/or diversion increases across defined categories of doctor/pharmacy shopping as defined in Study 4A.

WelTelOAKTREE: Text Messaging to Support Patients With HIV/AIDS in British Columbia

WelTel Oak Tree is a repeated measures study that will enroll 100 HIV+ individuals from the Oak Tree Clinic at BC Women's Hospital. Participants will be provided with a cell phone and/or unlimited text messaging capability if they do not have it already, and for one year will receive a weekly text message stating "How are you". Participant problems and non-responses will be followed up by a nurse. Data on demographics, CD4 counts, HIV viral loads, HIV medication adherence and a...

Prednisone in Cystic Fibrosis Pulmonary Exacerbations

This will be a 3 year randomized, double blind, placebo controlled trial of 7 days of oral prednisone in cystic fibrosis (CF) patients receiving intravenous (IV) antibiotic treatment for a pulmonary exacerbation at the Hospital for Sick Children, St Michael's Hospital, St Paul's Hospital, British Columbia Children's Hospital, Hotel Dieu Hospital and Ste Justine Hospital, Canada. The intervention will be oral prednisone 2 mg/kg/day (max 60 mg) divided twice daily for 7 days as a...

Federal Study of Adherence to Medications in the Elderly (FAME)

The purpose of this study is to determine the effect of a comprehensive pharmacy care program on medication adherence and persistence, blood pressure, and LDL cholesterol.

GPS: Adaptation Trial of an HIV Prevention Counselling Program for HIV-positive and HIV-negative Gay and Bisexual Men

GPS is a sexual health promotion and HIV prevention peer-delivered counselling program. The GPS program has 4 parts: information provision about HIV and sexually transmitted infections, motivational interviewing counselling, sexual health behavioural skills building, and linkage to care. The adaptation grant has three goals: 1) to establish a multi-region and multi-sectoral team that can deliver the revised program across a variety of settings, 2) to learn how best to deliver t...

Language Therapy in British Sign Language

In the United Kingdom, the language of the Deaf community is British Sign Language (BSL). A small proportion of Deaf young people who use BSL as their first or dominant language have specific language difficulties and would benefit from language therapy provided in sign language by adults who are fluent in BSL and may be Deaf. Some Deaf adults are currently employed in education and health services to support children's BSL development. However there is little training or infor...

A Randomized Trial of Letters From Family Physicians to Encourage Screening Mammography in Overdue Women

A randomized, double-blinded study conducted in British Columbia, Canada, where there is a publicly funded, organized screening program and screening mammography is recommended at 24-month intervals. Eligible women aged 51-73 years old and overdue for their screening mammogram by 6-24 months are identified in the database of the Screening Mammography Program of BC (SMPBC). Family physicians are recruited by mail and asked to sign letters to the overdue women in their practices....

The Effect of Pharmacist Intervention on the Use of Zostavax in a Community Pharmacy Setting

The purpose of this study is to determine whether pharmacist-driven patient interventions can have an effect on the number of herpes zoster (Zostavax) vaccinations given in a community pharmacy setting.

Brain Imaging in the Diabetes Prevention Program Outcomes Study

This is a cross-sectional pilot study of Alzheimer's disease (AD) brain imaging biomarkers in Diabetes Prevention Program (DPP) outcomes study (DPPOS) participants from the New York City sites (Columbia and Einstein), comparing 10 persons originally randomized to metformin and 10 persons randomized to placebo in DPP. All study procedures will be conducted at Columbia University Irving Medical Center. Eligible participants will receive a PET scans and a brain MRI, which may be c...

Iatrogenic Drug Risk in People Over 75, With or Without Cognitive Disorders, From an Inventory of Their Family Pharmacy

Many hospitalizations or emergency room visits are due to problems of iatrogenic medication, especially in elderly patients who are very often polymedicated. Moreover, they are more at risk because of fragility. This has an important socio-economic impact. It therefore seems important to act upstream of these adverse events and a review of the drugs available in the homes of elderly patients seems a good starting point.

Effect and Associated Factors of the Clinical Pharmacy Model in the Incidence of Medical Errors

Medication errors are considered by WHO to be a subject that requires attention at all levels of care, in order to reduce the serious and preventable damage related to medication. These strategies are aimed at the patient's safety policy. In Colombia, at the regulatory level there is no standardized clinical pharmacy model where the role of the clinical pharmacist is described extensively and in detail, and in addition, data are unknown of the scope or direct effect of the inc...

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